HSM270 Week 7 Program Improvement

HSM270 Week 7 - From managers point of view once a complete program evaluation is done it allows the manager to see what part of the program is

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Running head: PROGRAM IMPROVEMENT OPPORTUNITIES 1 Program Improvement Opportunities Kristina M Spencer HSM270 May 12, 2011 Allan Mooney
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PROGRAM IMPROVEMENT OPPORTUNITIES 2 Program Improvement Opportunities Since program planning and the evaluation process provide and collect information about all of the activities and services provided, the characteristics of the program, and the outcomes of all programs and their services it leaves the improvement process open. It allows the program to see where things are working for the program and what may need to be improved. Then the improvement process can begin, and usually can be tweaked if necessary once they revisit the issue. If programs did not keep this type of data they would not know what needs to be changed and why. Even gaining information from outside sources such as the community can help to determine whether or not a program or service provided needs to be improved.
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Unformatted text preview: From managers point of view once a complete program evaluation is done it allows the manager to see what part of the program is running smoothly and which is not. After this is done they can do some more program planning to develop better services to be provided to the community. From a funders perspective before they fund a program they may request to see a certain level of improvement before funding or re-funding a program. It allows a funder to see where their money is going and if it is being put to good use. Sometimes funders also have a say in what they would like to see, this is where the evaluation comes in handy also. They have the opportunity to make suggestions as to services they would like the program to offer, if they choose not to the funder may chose to withdraw their funds....
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This note was uploaded on 05/29/2011 for the course HSM 270 taught by Professor Taylor during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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HSM270 Week 7 - From managers point of view once a complete program evaluation is done it allows the manager to see what part of the program is

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